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UW-Madison Department of Medical Physics Jan 16
Matt Zammit, student of Dr. Brad Christian, received a gift from the Mancheski Foundation to support his research on Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s. Read more about it through the link in bio.
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Catherine Steffel, MS Jan 6
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UW-Madison Department of Medical Physics Dec 20
The grad students have been taking a well-deserved break from finals, writing and, research this month with a Holiday Scavenger Hunt! Check out their Scavenger Hunt Selfies here: and here:
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JerajLab Dec 18
To: Robert From: Santa
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The Ride Dec 16
We're proud to share that the Ride Scholars Class of 2019 will be announced on Jan 18 at the Face-Off Against Cancer Game. Join us! More info 👉 Tickets 👉
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JerajLab Dec 14
Ali Deatsch is a at in . She joined us from where she received her in . Her project uses to learn quantitative imaging biomarkers in on FDG PET images.
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JerajLab Dec 14
Tim Perk is a at in . His work focused on automating disease assessment in metastatic prostate cancer patients using & statistical methods. His postdoc has focused on extending this work to other tracers and diseases.
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UW-Madison Department of Medical Physics Dec 18
Faculty member, Dr. Kevin Eliceiri has been awarded a Initiative Grant to continue his work on improving open-source software for control of automated microscopes. Read more at the link below:
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JerajLab Dec 12
Brayden Schott is a first year student at in . His project uses to automatically detect bone lesions in metastatic prostate cancer patients on NaF PET/CT.
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JerajLab Dec 11
Victor Santoro Fernandes is an international student at in and alumnus of in Sao Paulo, Brazil. His project builds on previous work to automatically match soft tissue lesions through registration.
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UW-Madison Department of Medical Physics Dec 11
Drs. Rock Mackie and Jamey Weichert were present for the signing of the Mark Cook bill by Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers on Thursday, November 21, 2019. The bill, named after the late Dr. Mark Cook of the UW-Madison…
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Alison Roth Dec 11
and I are having too much fun on our 10 minute walk/ scavenger hunt every day. Yesterday's clue was "On the night before Christmas, not even this was stirring." The answer shouldn't be confused with the second cheesehead we found in the department.
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Alison Roth Dec 10
Update on the holiday scavenger hunt: yesterday's clue was "What was Frosty in the early years?" The answer is (assuming we got it right) shown in the picture. BUT! If you listen to the song, I think it should have been a silk (top) hat! Preferably magical.
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JerajLab Dec 10
Peter Ferjancic is a student at in from Slovenia. His project incorporates uncertainties into RT treatment planning through robust optimization and by moving from the GTV/PTV/CTV paradigm to probabilistic definitions. Follow Peter .
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JerajLab Dec 9
Daniel Huff is a student at in investigating quantitative imaging biomarkers in . One exciting project uses to segment normal organs to predict adverse events.
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Alison Roth Dec 9
and I are participating in 's Holiday Scavenger Hunt. We're having lots of fun so far!
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Amy Weisman Dec 6
Our group mainly analyzes PET images, so of course we post photos w/ poor resolution :) If you have any advice on searching for industry jobs at the end of a (especially in or medical imaging/data science), please share!
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UW-Madison Department of Medical Physics Dec 6
The UW Medical Physics Cyclotron Lab was featured in a recent wistatejournal article on Alzheimer’s research. Link in bio.
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